Next time, before you do, try one of these tricks to get around registration instead.You may just save yourself a bunch of time that can be much better spent than by repeatedly clicking 'Delete.' There are plenty of sites that offer temporary or anonymous email addresses so you can register for a site without giving them your real one.10 Minute Mail gives you a disposable address that expires in ten minutes, but you can extend by another ten as many times as you need to.If it's available, you'll see a Cached link pop up under the title in the preview window to the right.Clicking on that will bring up a snapshot of the page.If it works for coupon codes, why not site registrations?It may even be someplace as obscure as a forum or class syllabus where a teacher needed to have his or her class access a newspaper database for assignments. Do you know of any other tips, tricks, or sites that can help bypass site registrations?
If you don't want to have to type each individual address into a site like Be The Bot, you can also hack your user agent so that all sites see the altered header when you visit them.
It may not have all the features of the regular site, but all the content will be there. If you use Outlook, Microsoft gives you the option to create up to five aliases a year for your account.
All you have to do is go to Settings, then find More mail settings.
Just log on to your i Cloud Mail account and click on Preferences from the gear symbol action pop-up menu.
Then, go to the Accounts tab and Add an alias, then click OK and Done.All you have to do is type in the URL for the site you want to view, and Bug Me Not will serve up a list of usernames and passwords for that site.